Hey, I was just wondering if anyone has ever found a 3x3 magic square composed of distinct perfect squares.
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Originally Posted by Chris11 Hey, I was just wondering if anyone has ever found a 3x3 magic square composed of distinct perfect squares. You mean 9 DIFFERENT squares? Including diagonals? Can 0 be used as one of them?
It seems that this is an unsolved problem. Google "magic square of squares" for some interesting sites giving information on this.
Ya; this one quite good: Ivars Peterson's MathTrek - Magic Squares of Squares
Originally Posted by Chris11 Hey, I was just wondering if anyone has ever found a 3x3 magic square composed of distinct perfect squares. Not yet, but it is known that the members will be large numbers.
Originally Posted by wonderboy1953 Not yet, but it is known that the members will be large numbers. ....IF there are any...
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